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George Jahn
Vienna, November 28, 2014
Oil prices fell sharply on the news. Even though the decision was largely expected, it showed the once-powerful cartel is losing the power to push up markets to its own advantage.


Henning Gloystein
Singapore, November 27, 2014
Some fund analysts have said that oil prices could slide to $60 per barrel if OPEC does not agree to a significant output cut.


Christopher Johnson
London, November 19, 2014
All eyes are on OPEC's response to a drop in oil prices of nearly one-third in recent months, with some smaller members calling for production cuts at the November 27 meeting in Vienna.


Anilesh S. Mahajan
November 20, 2014
Barring aluminium and zinc, prices of most commodities - including crude oil and coal - have been falling for months. For some sectors it is a boon, for others, a bane.


IANS
Paris, November 15, 2014
Oil consumption is expected to reach 92.4 mn barrels per day (bpd) this year, the organisation that brings together the developed world's major energy consumers observed.


Jacob Gronholt-Pedersen
Singapore, November 13, 2014
In 2015, global oil demand from OPEC will drop to 29.20 million barrels per day (bpd), almost 1 million bpd less than its current production, the cartel said in its monthly report.


Sam Wilkin
London , November 4, 2014
Front-month Brent crude touched a low of $82.08, its weakest since October 2010, and was down $2.10 at $82.68 a barrel by 1030 GMT.


Naveen Mathur
November 3, 2014
We expect gold and silver prices to trade lower in the coming fortnight as growth in the US GDP has raised optimism in the economy as a whole.


Aaron Sheldrick
Tokyo/Singapore, October 27, 2014
\"I personally think prices have room for declines though not as steep as Goldman,\" said Tomomichi Akuta, senior economist at Mitsubishi UFJ Research & Consulting.


Osamu Tsukimori
Tokyo, October 27, 2014
The bank expects WTI to fall as low as $70 a barrel and Brent to hit $80 in the second quarter of 2015, when it expects oversupply to be most pronounced.


Nirmal Jain
Delhi, October 31, 2014
Inflation downtrend, narrowing twin deficits and supportive economic policies are likely to boost corporate earnings going ahead.


IANS
New Delhi, October 16, 2014
The daily international crude oil price of the domestic basket dropped nearly $4 a barrel on Wednesday at US $83.85, against US $87.46 on Tuesday.


Libby George
, October 15, 2014
Oil saw its biggest daily fall in more than three years on Tuesday after the West's energy watchdog slashed its forecasts for world oil demand for this year and 2015.


Rania El Gamal
Dubai, October 14, 2014
Three decades ago, the spike in prices caused by the 1973 Arab oil embargo and Iran's 1979 revolution sapped global oil demand, while the discovery of oil offshore in the North Sea spurred a new influx of non-OPEC crude.


Naveen Mathur
October 8, 2014
Crude oil prices will trade lower on sustained pressure from plentiful global supply and weak demand conditions in Europe and China is acting as a negative factor for prices.


Naveen Mathur
September 22, 2014
Base metals are likely to trade lower as strong DX following comments by Fed Reserve along with concerns of demand from China will act as a negative factor.


Naveen Mathur
August 26, 2014
In the coming fortnight precious metals are expected to trade lower on easing geopolitical tensions coupled with growth and optimism in the US economy. Strength in the dollar will also drag prices further in the coming fortnight.


PTI
Mumbai, August 22, 2014
Between fiscals 2009 and 2014, India's energy import bill surged at an average 14 per cent annually to USD 161 billion. This is expected to rise only 1.6 per cent annually to USD 175 billion by 2019 because prices of the three commodities are forecast to decline.


Rahul Oberoi/Money Today
August 1, 2014
The oil and gas sector is in the news again. The reason is the turmoil in Iraq, which is facing attack by a rebel group, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.


Christopher Johnson
London, June 13, 2014
The International Energy Agency (IEA) sought to play down fears over the possible loss of oil exports from Iraq, saying in its monthly Oil Market Report that supplies did not appear to be at risk for the moment.


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